Moseley Bog Nature Reserve
The reserve is also surrounded by human history as well as archaeology that includes clay pits, Joy’s Wood, Pond, and Victorian and Edwardian Garden. The wildlife reserve has been developed with the concept related to environment and ecosystem aspects from the 20th century. Over the years, the Urban Wildlife Group has emphasized wildlife movements with the intention of fulfilling the increasing need and desire of the public (The Wildlife Trust for Birmingham and the Black Country Limited, 2014).
The objective of this report is to identify the fact based on which environment history has a role in the management of wildlife reserves especially in Moseley Bog. In this regard, this particular report highlights the physical background of Moseley Bog nature reserve in terms of physical geography, geology and major environmental aspects of Moseley Bog. Apart from this, the study concentrates on the human history of the Moseley Bog and its archaeological features and chronological aspects. Moreover, the study recommends the role of the human management landscape on the basis of woodland and heathland. Additionally, the report reviews the viewpoint of academic writers regarding the current management plan of Moseley Bog nature reserve.
According to the report published by The Wildlife Trust for Birmingham and the Black Country Limited1 (2014), the government of Birmingham has concentrated on restoring Moseley Bog natural reserve as a sign of its heritage. Moreover, the report has described that Moseley Bog is a home for varied dry woodlands and species of birds. Apart from this, small animals can be also observed in the water mill (The Wildlife Trust for Birmingham and the Black Country Limited1, 2014. Aung &. et. al., 2004).
Moseley Bog has a certain natural location based on the culture and history of the dam. .